The pump will be manufactured at Concentric's plant in Suzhou and assembled to a front engine cover for the customer's mid-range engine.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Front Engine
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We have 47 other meanings of FE in our Acronym Attic
- Forwarding Engine (computing)
- Fossil Energy
- Fractional Enrichment
- Fractional Error
- Frame Extended (extended frame T1)
- Framing Error
- Freakin' Eh! (Canadian email idiom expressing happiness; polite form)
- Frequency Estimator
- Friends of the Earth (Trust Limited)
- Front End
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is built on the PQ35 platform, the same as the VW Golf, and will be offered in a four-door body style with a front engine, 4motion four-wheel drive layout or with optional front-wheel.
The front engine fire nozzle, NSN 4210-01469-9880, sticks straight out into the engine compartment.
The Easy Step is built on a Workhorse chassis with a Duramax front engine, Allison transmission, front wheel drive, and an air-ride suspension.
Name: 2005 Chevrolet Corvette (C6) Vehicle Type: Two-door hatchback coupe; rear-drive, front engine Reason for Being: The last Corvette, the C5, had its run starting in 1997.
DRIVING ALUMINUM DEMAND Ferrari has selected Alcoa Advanced Transportation Systems as sole provider for the next generation aluminum space frame for its new 612 Scaglietti, 12-cylinder, front engine 2+2 sports car.
Current and potential magnesium automotive applications include front engine covers, oil pans, instrument panels, seat components, door latches and closures, transmission cases, rocker arm covers and front end structures.